Week-long Acharya Tulsi birth centenary kicks off with motto “World peace and Anuvrat Movement”
Week-long Acharya Tulsi birth centenary kicks off with motto “World peace and Anuvrat Movement”

Various dignitaries from political and Bollywood world came together on one platform at Aadhyatmik Sadhana Kendra, Mehrauli Sunday on the occasion of Acharya Shri Tulsi Janma Shatabdi Samaroh-2014 Programme. 

Delhi teenager murdered by three friends in Haryana's Murthal

An 18-year-old Delhi school boy was allegedly strangled and shot dead by three friends, including his juvenile classmate, in Haryana's Murthal village where his charred body was recovered, police said Tuesday.

Juveniles require considerate, sophisticated handling: Court

Holding that juveniles in conflict with law require considerate and sophisticated handling by investigating agencies and judiciary, a Delhi court has granted bail to a minor, who was facing charge of attempt to murder of an eight-year-old.

DDA launches 2014 housing scheme; 25,000 flats on offer
DDA launches 2014 housing scheme; 25,000 flats on offer

The Delhi Development Authority's (DDA) much-awaited 2014 housing scheme kicked-off on Monday.  

More rain in Delhi today

It rained in many parts of Delhi Saturday morning, making the weather pleasant. The Met office has forecast more rainfall here.

Two minor girls sexually assaulted by juveniles in Delhi

Two minor girls have allegedly been sexually assaulted by juveniles in two separate incidents in the national capital in the last 24 hours, police said on Friday.

How AAP member Chandra Mohan Sharma faked his death
How AAP member Chandra Mohan Sharma faked his death

Once a 'dead' man, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) member and Right to Information (RTI) activist Chandra Mohan Sharma in now very much alive and an accused in a murder case.

Heavy rains lash Delhi NCR

Heavy rains accompanied by strong winds on Thursday brought welcome relief from soaring temperatures to Delhiites.

Road rage behind youth stabbing: Delhi Police

A 19-year-old man was arrested on Thursday for stabbing to death a teenager after the assailant's motorcycle grazed the victim triggering an argument, police said.

Delhi: SUV with drunk man at wheel hits 3 persons

In the fourth such case within a fortnight in the national capital, a man who was allegedly drunk at the wheel of an SUV hit three persons on Tuesday evening in south-east Delhi's Jaitpur area.

Delhi HC refuses to hear plea of students' body on DUSU election

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday refused to hear a plea of a students' body of Delhi University seeking allotment of ballot numbers to candidates by draw of lots for the students union (DUSU) elections.

Delhi HC seeks Centre's response on plea by disabled lady for IAS post

The Delhi High Court has sought a response of the Centre and Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on a plea by a disabled woman, who cleared all rounds of the civil services exam of 2012-13, seeking allocation of IAS or Indian Foreign Service (IFS) to her under physically handicapped category.

Former Tihar DG Vimla Mehra's statue removed from prison

The statue of former Director General of Tihar prisons, Vimla Mehra, which is said to be one of the key reasons behind her transfer from the post, has been removed from the prison campus.

Delhi HC declines relief to VP of school in sexual harassment case

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday refused to provide any relief to a Vice-Principal of a school here who had challenged disciplinary proceedings against her for levelling "unsubstantiated" allegations of sexual harassment in 2013 against then Principal and three other teaching staff of the institution.

100 lotaas used for a scene in ‘Muavza’

This may sound bizarre but it’s true. For producer Jagdish Gupta’s forthcoming film ‘Muavza’, his team had to buy almost 100 ‘lotaas’ (tumblers) to shoot certain toilet scenes for the family of Chowdhary Jaikishan.

Battleground Red Fort: Poll issues in Delhi

The leaders have already thrown their hats in the rings. Now is the turn of voters to show their strength – to exercise their right to vote.
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